1. Problem from meyer book.
2. P 5.50 of SS 7ed
3. Razavi Ch 8 p 8.20.
4. P 6.34 of FM
5. Ex 7.23 of FM
6. P 7.16 of FM
7. p 7.33 of FM
8. P 7.56 of FM
9. P 9.17 of FM
10. P 9.20 of FM
Chapter 11 Frequency Response
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
Fundamental Concepts
High-Frequency Models of Transistors
Analysis Procedure
Frequency Response of CE and CS Stages
Frequency Response of CB and CG Stages
Frequency Response of Fol
EE 215C
Win. 10
B. Razavi
HO #8
Homework #2
Due Wed., Jan. 20, 2010
1. (a) Neglecting device capacitances, calculate the noise figure of each circuit with respect to a source
resistance RS . Assume devices operate in saturation and = = 0. What happens to
Assignment #1 EC-912 (Marks:50)
Note- Attempt all questions. Note that if a parameter value is not specified in the problem statement,
you are to make a reasonable assumption.
1. Show that two MOS transistors connected in parallel with channel widths of W
Assignment #1 EC-912 (Marks:50)
Note- Attempt all questions. Note that if a parameter value is not specified in the problem statement,
you are to make a reasonable assumption.
1. Show that two MOS transistors connected in parallel with channel widths of W
Bayesian Networks
Chapter 2 (Duda et al.) Section 2.11
CS479/679 Pattern Recognition
Dr. George Bebis
Statistical Dependence
Between Variables
Representing high-dimensional densities is very
challenging since we need to estimate many
parameters (e.g., kn
Project #4 EE 380
NAME_
Due 4/4/17
SID#_
[Central Limit Theorem for Exponential Distributions] The problem one needs to
model and solve with Matlab involves an expensive bulb for a heavily used projector.
The bulbs are used 24/7, last an average of 25 day
Project #5 EE 380
Due 4/21/17
NAME
SID#
_
As derived in class and explained in the text, drawing a small sample of n items from a large
distribution ( X and X ) produces a distribution for the sample mean where:
E [ X ] = X = X and,
2
X )2 ] = 2X = X
E [
To understand Central Limit Theorem for Exponential Distribution and use it to calculate the
probability of box with 12 bulbs last longer than a year.
Example-1
Consider a fair die with equal probability. The dice is rolled once, twice, three times etc.;
LAB Project #5 EE380
Name:
SID:
Objective:
Part-1
As an example, consider a barrel of a million ball bearings where someone has weighed
all one million of them and found the exact mean to be 75 grams (less than 3 oz.) and the
exact standard deviation to b
LAB Project #1 EE380
Name:
SID:
Objective:
To Familiarize with MATLAB tool and understand the MATLAB hist function.
Example-1
Model to count the number of coins or heads by flipping a coin n number of times
Actual result
Expected Result
Since the probabil
LAB Project #3 EE380
Name:
SID:
Objective:
To find Taylors solution for mean and standard deviation and to calculate probability density
function with mean and standard deviation.
Example-1
Find the probability density function of area of squares with edg
Abstract
A freely falling object experiences force only due to gravity of earth. Hence the acceleration of the object
is gravitational acceleration. If an object is thrown in a direction parallel to the earths surface, two
perpendicular forces are acted s
Abstract:
The sum of forces acting on the ring due to three hanging masses should be zero for the ring to be in
equilibrium position. The calculated resultant force vector is very close to zero which matches with the
observation. The displacement travelle
LAB Project #2 EE380
Name:
SID:
Objective:
To understand how to generate random variables in MATLAB.
Example-1
Use MATLAB to plot probability mass function (pmf) and the cumulative distribution function
(cdf) for the sum of three flips of a weighted coin-
Project #3 EE 380
Due 3/14/17
NAME
SID#
There are three (3) numbered exercises to this project. For problems 1 and 2,
submit the numerical Taylor Series solution for mean and standard deviation,
followed by the Matlabs simulated probability density functi
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HYPOTHESIS
Damodar Suar
Indian Institute of Technology
In this topic we would:
Define a hypothesis
Discuss the purpose of hypothesis
Mention the sources of hypothesis
Explain the types of hypothesis
Specify the characteristics of usable
hypothesis
Definit
Measuring attitudes
Direct
measures
Semantic differential scale
Likert scale
Indirect
measures
Physiological measurements
Projective tests
Measuring attitudes
How
can we find out what peoples
attitudes are?
What might be the advantages and
disadva
Descriptive Statistics (DS)
Damodar Suar, Ph.D.
Indian Institute of Technology,
Kharagpur
Descriptive statistics are used by researchers
to report on populations and samples.
Summary statistics to describe the data are
called Descriptive Statistics
Desc
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EETS 8307 Telecom Management Network
Spring 2001 Midterm Sample Questions
Ram Shamanna
Multiple Choice Questions
1.
Which of the following is NOT considered a benefit of TMN?
a. Scalable
b. Interoperable
c. Extensible
d. Procedure-Oriented
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